About Us

FARMERS REVIEW AFRICA published by Mailing Times media, is Africa’s premier farming magazine which provides the updates of news and analysis on topical issues of national and international importance in agriculture. It is a publication which links the technology applied in the Agricultural sector to the field experience of professionals of this area.

MTMAll aspects of the Agricultural cycle, from tilling the land to transporting, fall within the realm on the interest of the journal. The journal, by design, offers advertisers unparalleled exposure to a captive audience.

Farmers Review Africa’s editorial content is built around its dedicated industry sector sections, which gets into the guts of real issues .The magazine also analyses sectoral issues involving biotechnology, farm mechanization, poultry, crop protection, horticulture, animal husbandry, livestock ,food processing, agribusiness, research and extension, high-tech agriculture and a host of specialized agricultural products.

Farmers Review Africa is content rich and information driven magazine with its unique style of presentation. It provides a comprehensive information on the market and industry, economic and policy issue, scientific advances, new agri-input products, latest technology and latest news and analysis on the development in agriculture.

 

WHY WORK WITH FARMERS REVIEW AFRICA

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A growing agro-industry intelligence and sharing community for the Sub-Saharan Africa Region.

Tens of thousands of people search, browse and skim though African agriculture, agribusiness and agri-investment news on a daily basis. It has been noted that there is an ever growing thirst for industry and allied information.

This growing trend communicates that the business and investment sectors are realising the undeniable role of agriculture as a growing asset class. It is also apparent that the world is increasingly seeing the role of agriculture as an indispensable tool in poverty alleviation and food security, rural development and a solution for rampant urban migration which is spelling doom for major Africa cities, if not globally.

The philosophy of Farmers Review Africa is not to ordinarily satiate this thirst for agriculture information and cash in on advertisers and readers but to to provide an Agricultural-Intelligence-Hub, a mutually beneficial network of varied players in the agri-business, agri- investment, food and allied sectors. Over the past year we have seen the Hub develop beyond our initial intentions.

Besides being a source of valuable industry information, Farmers Review Africa has provided networking and learning opportunities through prime conferences and business meet-ups. The Farmers Review Magazine is a worthy read, a great meet-up in print and a proven investment window.

Farmers Review Africa
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